(adds details) ROME, March 28 (Reuters) - Autostrade , Italy's largest toll-road operator, reported 2006 profit fell 17 percent due to a lack of special gains and proposed changing the company's name to "Atlantia" as part of a broader reorganisation. Autostrade, which abandoned its takeover by Spain's Abertis last year citing obstacles put up by Rome, did not provide further details on its new plan, except to say it was designed to define more clearly the company's role and mission. ...
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